Graduate School of Science and Engineering

  • Utsunomiya Campus

Advanced research into science and technology to benefit society

The Graduate School of Science and Engineering is dedicated to high-level research across a broad range of science and technology fields in the natural sciences domain with the ultimate aim of developing effective, peaceful and cost-effective applications of scientific endeavor in areas such as materials and matter, energy, information and the life sciences for the benefit of society and humankind. To this end, the Graduate School of Science and Engineering pursues comprehensive research and education across multiple domains.

Key facts

Specialization
  • Division of Integrated Science and Engineering
  • Division of Informatics Science (Correspondence Course)
Program/outcome
  • Division of Integrated Science and Engineering
    • Stage 1 of doctoral program (Master's Degree Program) -Master's Degree in General Science
    • Stage 2 of doctoral program (Doctoral Degree Program) -Doctorate in Engineering/Science
  • Division of Informatics Science (Correspondence Course)
    • Stage 1 of doctoral program (Master's Degree Program) -Master's Degree in Engineering
Educational principles
Syllabus
Guide Book
Campus
Teaching staff * 0 (Except for the full-time faculty)
Students * 43

* As of May 1st, 2018

Specialization

Advanced scientific education and research to develop a broad outlook

The program involves advanced education research in cutting-edge scientific fields spanning multiple domains. Students develop a broad outlook for contributing in international arena.

Division of Integrated Science and Engineering
  • Aims
    The program encourages students to be innovative and resourceful in designing peaceful and cost-effective applications of scientific endeavor in areas such as materials and matter, energy, information and the life sciences for the benefit of society and humankind. The program involves comprehensive research and education spanning multiple domains with the aim of developing a broad outlook for contributing in international arena.
  • Features
    The program features a number of initiatives designed to promote flexibility in the rapidly evolving field of science and technology while allowing the very best students to identify and pursue individual research topics from the early stages. These include the option to skip Year 4 entirely; a teaching assistants scheme linking postgraduate with undergraduate students; and allocated places for mature-age students and international students.
  • Research facilities
    The Division of Integrated Science and Engineering program at the Graduate School of Science and Engineering is offered at the spacious and beautifully landscaped Utsunomiya campus of Teikyo University. Surrounded by the towering mountains of Nikko, Utsunomiya is the perfect environment to inspire creativity and innovation. It also boasts Japan's largest industry park, having been awarded the coveted technopolis designation in 1984. Teikyo University opens its doors to the local community and welcomes joint projects with private industry throughout the nation. The University is also committed to working with local industry on joint research and development projects.
Division of Informatics Science (Correspondence Course)

Teaching staff

In the Teikyo University Teaching Staff Database, information about the staff can be searched and viewed. (Japanese information only, may not cover all staff)

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